Husbands, Chris


Chris Husbands


Chris Husbands es Director del Institute of Education de la University of London, R.U.
Su campo de investigación además del aprendizaje y enseñanza de la historia en alumnado de 11 a 18 años, incluye también las condiciones de los centros escolares para crear cambio sostenible y proyectos de sistemas educativos de alto desempeño.
Entre sus obras publicadas destacamos:

Bachmann, M. O., Husbands, C., O’Brien, M., Lorgelly, P. and Mugford, M. (2009) ‘Integrating children’s services in England and Wales: the national evaluation of children’s trusts’, Child: Health, care and Development 1, 1-9.
Husbands, C., Shreeve, A. and Jones, N. (2008) ‘Accountability and children’s outcomes in high-performing education systems: analytical maps of approaches to measuring children’s education, health and well-being outcomes in high-performing educational systems’, Research Evidence in Education Library
Husbands, C. (2007) ‘Making every child matter?’ In V. Brooks, I. Abbot and L. Bills (eds), to Teach in Secondary Schools: a student teacher’s guide to professional issues in secondary education (revised second edition). Milton Keynes: Open University Press.
Husbands, C. (2007) ‘Using assessment data to support pupil achievement’ In V. Brooks, I. Abbot and L. Bills (eds), Preparing to Teach in Secondary Schools: a student teacher’s guide to professional issues in secondary education (revised second edition). Milton Keynes: Open University Press.
Bachmann, M., Husbands, C., O’Brien, M., Shreeve, A., Jones, N. and Watson, J. (2007) ‘Children’s Trust Pathfinders: innovative partnerships for improving children and young people’s well-being (Final Report of the National Evaluation of Children’s Trusts)’, Department for Education and Skillshttp://www.everychildmatters.gov.uk/evaluation,
Husbands, C., Kitson, A. and Pendry, A. (2003) Understanding History Teaching. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

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